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California Coast WalkAbout:

This trip will be a three day, two night trip that explores sections of our local coast.
It will be a combination of physical activities (hiking), social activities (games, meals, tasks), and intellectual activities (interpretive centers, museums, etc).  

Cost is $150.  

Room 25: November 27, 28, 29, 2017


Itinerary


The Trip at a Glance:

Day 1 Day 2 Day 3

Cowell Redwoods Park
Wilder Ranch Pigeon Point Lthouse Rancho Del Oso Harley Goat Farm
Purisima Valley
Fitzgerald Tidepools
Montara Trail Golden Gate Park
Lands End trail
Legion of Honor
Fort Point
Presidio
Marine Center
Rodeo Beach Pt. Bonita Lighthouse Nike Missile Site
West Point, Mt Tam Steep Ravine Stinson Beach
Meals Lunch: bag
Dinner: pizza & salad
Brk: Waffles & fruit
Lunch: Pacifica out
Din: Tacos
Brk: pancakes & fruit
Lun: sandwiches
Sleep: Point Montara Marin Headlands Home!

WalkaboutOneMap


Walkabout Three-Day Itinerary

Day 3 Upgrade (as of October, 2016)

Walkabout Day 3 Upgrade




Chaperones

Room 25 Class of 2018 (November 2017):  Tudor Har (3), Rob (3), Marina (7), Marie (7), Barbara (7), Marla (4)
Room 29 Class of 2017 (March 2017): Eric Zirbel (3), Olga Meydbrey (4), Peggy LaBarbera (5-6), Connie/Vincent Collins (6)
Room 26 Class of 2017 (Feb 2017): Katy, AJ, Ingrid, Kaitlyn, Stephen, Ron
Room 25 Class of 2017 (Oct 2016): 
Colin McCracken, Bill Caraccio, Jim/Laura Rogers, Tim Gibson, Kristin Johansen
Room 25 (Nov 2015): John P, Violeto P, Kevin R, Leo R, Janet G, Diann W
Room 19 (May, 2014): Dawn, Agnela, Traci, Raquel, Jennie, David, Joe, Bob
Room 26 (??? 2014): 
Room 25 part 2 (March, 2014): Alan, Sarah, Amoreena, Roseanne, Lisa
Room 25 part 1 (October, 2013): Jennie, Tarek, Michael, Amoreena, Anu/David, Roseanne, Meagan
Any 8th (May 2013): Suds, Meagan, Robin, Dave/Theresa, Luis, Cathy, Kate
DC Alternative: (2012): Michael & Debbie

Student Docents

Docent Teams and Documents
-teams of 3ish
-choose topic from list below
-create g-doc, make public, share with me (chrisheumann@gmail.com)
-research and add text and pictures to your doc (should only be one page long)


 Topics October 2016 Sample Things to Teach
 Coastal Redwoods

 Nov 2017:  Adi, Josh, Elliot, Hayden
 March 2017:  Kianna, Ben, Kamran 
 Feb 2017: Casey, Skylar, Kiki
 Oct 2016: Nicole & Lena
 Nov 2015: Miranda, Yume, Reina
 Oct 2013: Liam, Hunter, Avi
 
  1. Anatomy and features of a redwood tree (bark, fire, rot)

  2. Why/how they grow in rings and from downed trunks.

  3. Forest and creek animals

  4. Logging tools and processes (in history and now)

  5. Man’s impact on redwood groves (old vs new growth)
 Wilder Ranch

 Nov 2017: Alex, Panda, Aine
 March 2017: Elias & Joe & Chris
 Nov 2017: Nikta, Krisahn, Lucia  Oct 2016: Danchi & Taika
 Nov 2015: Soren, Braedon, Ethan
 Oct 2013: Katy, Prerna, Maya
 
  1. Innovative things at the ranch (power production)

  2. What is in the visitor center & on Pioneer Days?

  3. Tour us through the workshop, stable and barn

  4. How the old farm machinery (tractors, plows) worked

  5. The fire nozzle is still there; explain it.
 Coastal Towns

 Nov 2017:  Lance, Maya
 March 2017: Abby & Shea
 Nov 2017: Cole, Andy, Kyante
 Oct 2016: Ayden MicHael & Neha
 Nov 2015: Joslyn, Grace, Yassin
 Oct 2013: Devan, Theodor, Naya
 
  1. Davenport: jail, cement plant, Big Creek Lumber

  2. Pescadero: crafts alley, store, Harley goat farm

  3. San Gregorio: see wikipedia page history section

  4. Half Moon Bay: development & gentrification

  5. What farming is done on/near the coast?
 Lighthouses
 Nov 2017: Bruce, Benjamin
 March 2017: Kate, Victoria, Rohail 
 Nov 2017: Sonal, Gayatri, Nazli
 Oct 2016: Jason & Jacob & Thomas
 Nov 2015: Aiden, Nic, Kristin
 Oct 2013:  Russell, Addie, Gabi
 
  1. Data about the Pacific Coast lighthouses.

  2. How a candle-power light gets seen miles away w/ fog.

  3. Maybe some stuff about old ships and sailors
  4. Signal patterns; how sailors navigate.
  5. Pigeon Point: physics of the lamp & lenses Point Montara: maritime navigation (ships) Point Bonita: Life of a lighthouse keeper & family
 Golden Gate Park

 Nov 2017: Andy, Emma, Betina, Elli
 March 2017:  Piper, Red, Ryan
 Oct 2016: Maya & Rhema & Karina
 Nov 2015: Will, Alyssa, Marissa
 Oct 2013:  Luka, Rahul, Nate
 
  1. What did the windmills do “then” and what about now?

  2. What did GGP area look like pre-irrigation

  3. Significance of the park in the sixties

  4. The issues of "homelessness" and encampments.
  5. The landmarks along our route (fly-fishing ponds, polo field, Spreckles Lake boats, archery, buffalo, etc)
 San Francisco Coastline

 Nov 2017: Samek, Winston
 March 2017: Zoya, Victoria, & Daniel
 Feb 2017: Saam, Aneil, Ethan

 Oct 2016: Taran
 Nov 2015: Gavin, Connor, Manpreet
 Oct 2013: Tuisku, Audrey, Elise
 
  1. Use the Lands End visitor center

  2. Sutro Baths & The Cliff House

  3. Military use of the coastline & remaining monuments

  4. Legion of Honor

 Golden Gate Bridge

 Nov 2017: Andres, Yaseen
 March 2017: Piper, Gavin, & Nathan 
 Feb 2017: Saam, Aneil, Ethan
 Oct 2016: Amiri & Ken & Andre
 Nov 2015:  Chris, Arin, Montana
 Oct 2013:  Alec, Lukas, RyanC
 
  1. How does a suspension bridge work?

  2. How did they get the money to build in the depression

  3. Tell about Fort Point, under the bridge
  4. Ongoing maintenance; lane zipper, suicide watch
 Marin Headlands
 Nov 2017: Kiya, Avani, Ariana, Bitanya
 March 2017: Sadie, Isabelle, & Erik 
 Nov 2017: Nathan, Elijah, Eddie
 Oct 2016: Gwen & Max & Aidan
 Nov 2015: Dominick, Justin, Micah
 Oct 2013: Ali, Oscar, RyanS
 
  1. Explain its military importance in Civil War, WW2, Cold War

  2. Anatomy of a battery and the artillery used

  3. The farming communities of the valley

  4. Headlands Science Camp

  5. Marine Mammal Center
 Hostels

 Nov 2017: Dominick, Jamie, Zach
 March 2017: Red
 Feb 2017: Jasper, Justin, Spencer
 Oct 2016: Parth, Will, Michael, Rianna
 Nov 2015: 
 Oct 2013: Kinsey, Lesley
 
  1. What is the idea/philosophy behind hostelling?

  2. Where are they in California

  3. Types of buildings, employees, guests

  4. Advantages & obligations of attendance.


Doc version of the chart above for room 26 is here

Packing List

Cal Coast Packing List



Hikes

Walkabout Hike Descriptions


Cal Coast Walkabout‎(s)‎ Hikes



F.A.Q.

Cal Coast Walkabout FAQ


Room Assignments

Cal Coast Room Assignments, Oct 2013


Driving

In addition to your GPS and printed maps, please use the directions below:

Cal Coast Walkabout Driving Directions, Fall 2013



Map


View Cal Coast Cruise in a larger map




Meals

Trip Meal Shopping and Preparation



Costs

Cal Coast Accounting

Costs, May 2013 (4-day 8th grade trip)


Pictures:

 Monday:  
Henry Cowell RedwoodsState Park in Felton (Santa Cruz Mountains)
San Lorenzo River
 
The Redwoods Loop trail is about a mile long and completely flat!
   
Trees in the redwood groves are about 300 feet tall.

 Wilder Ranch State Park
(on the coast, north of Santa Cruz)
 
The farm is operational and tours are available.

   Great trails along the coast as well as on the inland slopes.

Beaches between Santa Cruz and Half Moon Bay  
San Gregorio Beach

   
Bean Hollow State Beach

 
 
Local coastal towns, such has Pescadero have much history.

Old Stage Road, Pescadero to San Gregorio
 Half Moon Bay Purisima Creek Redwoods
Half Moon Bay (beach @ south end)

Fitzgerald Marine Preserve
Monday Night:
Point Montara Lighthouse
 





 Tuesday Morning:


 
Old San Pedro Road (hike from Montara to Linda Mar)

Linda Mar & Pacifica
Tuesday Afternoon: West SF
Golden Gate Park
Lands End Trail


Legion of Honor
Bridge

 Tuesday Evening: Bridge to Ft Mason 
Tuesday Night: Marin Headlands:  

 Wednesday Morning  Tunnel Point Bonita Lighthouse

Bridge to Point Bonita Lighthouse
 Wednesday Afternoon  Rodeo Lagoon & Beach
   Miwok & Old Springs Trails

Photos:

October 8 & 9, 2013:
Michael Tuason's Album

Emails/Announcements:

Feb 26, 2017
Hello Room 29 Parents,

I'm Chris Heumann, one of the 8th grade teachers.  Dan and Bonnie and I are really enjoying your kids this year and I'm especially eager to take them on their 3 day journey along the coast in 4.5 weeks (March 27, 28, 29).  Damian Romard sent out a quick email about the trip on Feb 7, but I don't think that any chaperones have volunteered yet.  So, the goal of this email is to describe the trip to you and hopefully entice 5 or 6 of you drive/chaperone, thus making this trip really happen.

Description & Locations:  This three-day two-night trip is a combination of hiking and driving and sight seeing that covers the coastal route from Santa Cruz to Stinson Beach.  There are some great trails to walk, little-know spots to visit, history to learn, and fun places to stay.  The hiking is significant but rarely too hard; parents can volunteer to either participate in any given hike or shuffle cars from starting points to ending points.  Much of the time, though, the whole group of kids and parents tours a place together.  If you are familiar with any of the places on this list, you'll quickly get the idea:
Monday: Wilder Ranch, Davenport, Wadell Creek, Pigeon Point Lighthouse, Pescadero, Half Moon Bay, Point Montara Lighthouse.
Tuesday:  McNee Ranch, San Pedro Mountain, Pacifica, Golden Gate Park, Lands End, GG Bridge, Coastal Trail to Marin Headlands.
Wednesday: Conzelman Road & batteries, Point Bonita Lighthouse, Mount Tamalpais (West Point Inn, rock amphitheatre, Pantol), Steep Ravine trail, Stinson Beach.

The Walkabout page of my site has all the additional information you might want to see, but pay particular attention to the trip overview map, the chaperone section of the FAQ document, the driving directions pages, the student docent section, and the photos.

Lastly, if you want to get the low-down from other parents who have gone on the trip in the past, please do -- they'll be the best source of information (and hopefully motivation)
Here is a list of chaps from some previous trips:

Room 26 (Feb 2017): Katy, (Saam) AJ (Aneil), Ingrid Christensen (Eddie), Kaitlyn (Elijah), Stephen Lord (Kiki), Ron McDowell (Casey
Room 25 (Oct 2016): 
Colin McCracken (AIdan), Bill Caraccio (Will), Jim/Laura Rogers (Gwen) , Tim Gibson (Caedon), Kristin Johansen (Ayden)
Room 25 (Nov 2015): John P, Violeto P, Kevin R, Leo R, Janet G, Diann W

Please let me and/or Damian know if you need to know more and certainly please consider coming along.  Needless to say, without you parent chaperones, the trip can't happen.  :)

Chris

Feb 7, 2016
Hello Parents of Room 26 Kids,

Sorry for the late evening email, but highway 17 was closed earlier and I just got home.

Tomorrow morning we embark on our three day walkabout up the wet, windy, and wild coast from Santa Cruz to Stinson Beach.  Preparation and flexibility and positive attitudes will be a key factor in making this an adventure rather than a bummer, so let me list some key things:
1. Make sure that your kid has adequate clothing, in both quantity and weather-ready.  The packing list shows the minimum for days like those ahead.  Additionally, they need to have something truly waterproof to wear during hikes and shoes that can trudge through soggy ground and mud.
2. The day pack should have a big lunch for day 1, lots of snacks, and some type of writing pad and implements, in a ziploc bag.  There should be room for spare clothing.
3. Games will likely be a form of entertainment if we are stuck somewhere or if we stay at a hostel for a longer time in lieu of a hike or two.  Yes, they can bring their phones, but I'm hoping that the kids will spend their time playing face-to-face games that they bring if possible.
4. Please have a "stern pep talk" with your kid about putting the health and happiness of the group before their own preferences/needs.  As I've gotten to know this group over the past two months, I've been brutally honest about some of the negative interaction traps that they fall (or jump) into, and while they are receptive during discussions, the changes in actions have been slight or even non-existent for some.  I'll put as much enthusiasm and humor and optimism into them as I can on this trip, but the collective energy of the group is far greater than mine.
5. Take a minute, if possible and in whatever way you can, thank the 6 chaperones who are making this happen!

Positive-note ending:  Challenges, adventures, and great times in the outdoors are the things that make a journey into a joy.  We'll get there!

Chris

Oh, and if anyone has a metal-spout turkey baster, I'd love to borrow it for sucking grease off the griddle during our bacon mass production. (plastic tipped ones melt).

Feb 4, 2017
Hello Parents of Room 26,

At your last parent meeting I described the California Coast Walkabout to the group, showed pictures, and explained what I could about the trip.  That night 6 great parents stepped up to chaperone the trip (Ingrid, Katy, Kaitlyn, AJ, Steve, and Ron) and we met a few weeks ago to go over all of the details.  Since then, the kids have created car & room groups, discussed the packing list, and, most importantly, learned much about one specific part of the trip, during which each will serve as tour guide.  All information about this trip, by the way, is at www.tinyurl.com/dcswalkabout.

​The purpose of this email is to make sure that you (parents) are well informed about the trip and willing to help your kid pack their stuff, know about their tour-guide location, and be familiar with the itinerary.
  1. Here is the packing list.  One addition that isn't well addressed is a waterproof shell, poncho, or jacket -- we'll likely be hiking ​in the rain, and a dry/warm kid is a happy kid!
  2. If your kid takes medications, please get them to Bonnie along with the authorization form, if necessary.  She will give them to your class' OFT coordinator, Ron to administer.
  3. The itinerary is quite specific but we will likely stray from it in accordance with time constraints, student interest/energy, and weather.
  4. The students, in groups of three, have learned a great deal about one aspect of the trip.  They've created documents, linked from this part of my site, and should be ready to teach the rest of the class all about that location's interesting facts and discussion-worthy topics.  Please, if you have time, ask them to practice their "presentation" on you, perhaps using their document as a guide.
  5. If you haven't taken care of the donation for the trip, please take a look at this accounting sheet to convince yourself that it is (hopefully) worth the cost.
  6. Our return time and pick-up time at DCS is planned for 7 PM on Friday, but it may fluctuate quite a bit.  In order for me to give you all updates, I'm forming a "Remind" group for your class, which will allow me to text everyone at once -- cell and internet service can be spotty on how 1 along the headlands coast.  To be a part of this list, please text a message that says "rm26grad17" to 81010 (yes, the content of the message should be rm26grad17 and the phone number is 81010.   No spam, I promise. :)
  7. Lastly, and perhaps most importantly, please reply to this email so that I can confirm that my email list is accurate and that everyone is well enough informed.
Thanks for getting through this whole email and for doing all 7 of those tasks above.  I am very excited to share this potentially wonderful experience with your kids!


February 15, 2014
"Cal Coast Walkabout Reminder"
Hello Parents of Room 19!

It has been great to get to know more of you, since that time I pitched the "Walkabout" trip during the parent meeting back in November.  I'm still very excited to be able to take your class' kids on the California Coast Walkabout on May 13, 14, and 15.  Six great parents responded to my initial chaperone request email of 11/26/12 (Dawn, Angela, Jewel, David, Bob, Joe).  The hostels are confirmed and paid-for, so it is definitely a "go!". I'll be meeting with your kids quite a few times to prep for the trip and learn all about the places we'll be going.

As I mentioned in that first email, I've created a webpage on my site that has an abundance of information about all aspects of the trip and when you get a chance, please take a look.  At the top of the page I've embedded a "Room 19 Planning Document" that has some things specific to your group. 

At the Yosemite meeting last week I heard from one parent that they hadn't received my email and were unaware of the trip -- I can imagine that could lead to problems!  So, just so I can be sure that my communications are getting through, would you please reply to this message just to let me know that you've received it?  (could someone also repost it to your class' Yahoo! group?).  My email is chrisheumann@gmail.com and my cell is (408) 482-2394; please ping me when you get a moment (now?!).  I'm looking forward to "checking off" a response from each of you, and also to a fantastic trip in May.


November 26, 2013
Dear Parents of Room 19,

My name is Chris Heumann and I'm a 7th grade teacher in room 25 at DCS.  It was good to see some of you on the evening of November 20th and I appreciated the opportunity to explain the Walkabout to you, show pictures, and discuss the possibilities with you. If things work out, I will be honored to work with Ms. West to take your kids on this three-day two-night exploration of the coastal trails & hidden gems from Santa Cruz to Marin in May (probably the 13th, 14th, 15th, depending on hostel availability -- I had mentioned a 20-22 date range, but the Point Montara Hostel is booked during that entire week).

I've created a webpage on my site that has an abundance of information about all aspects of the trip and when you get a chance, please take a look.  At the top of the page I'll embed a "Room 19Planning" document upon which we will write things specific to your group.  

One of the first things that needs to be taken care of is to make sure that there are enough parents from your class who are willing to drive and chaperone the whole trip.  We will need seats for the 26 kids in the class, and that usually takes 6 cars.  Please check out the itinerary and your calendars to see if you might be able to come along (May 13, 14, 15).  I won't pay reservation fees for the hostels until we're sure that we have commitments from enough adults.

Thanks, and enjoy your holidays.  I'm hoping that this trip becomes a reality... I think that it is a great experience.


October 6, 2013
The Marin Headlands Hostel is located in the Golden Gate National Recreation Area and as of Thursday 10/3 it has had to close to visitors due to the partial government shut-down. Therefore we will have to change our plans.  On Tuesday, I sent out an email to this effect, proposed alternatives, and asked for parent and student feedback.  All who responded supported option 1; we will, if necessary, simply cut the trip short by 20 hours, coming home Wednesday evening at about 8:00 PM after a very full day.  So, this trip is now a one night trip (Point Montara, Tuesday night as planned) and we will return to DCS on Wednesday at 8:45.  We'll add a Marin Headlands day to the San Francisco trip later in the year. 

Feb 20, 2013
Dear Eighth Grade Students and Parents,

Last year, while most of the 8th grade was in Washington DC, the stay-behind kids and I spent 4 the days exploring the coast from Santa Cruz to Marin with overnights at the youth hostels of Montara (Half Moon Bay), Fort Mason (SF), and Marin Headlands (Sausalito). This year, I would like to offer that trip again (but not during the DC time) on Monday through Thursday, May 20 to 23. I'm calling it a "walkabout", because I like the connection to the aboriginal independence ritual, and also because I want the kids to know that it is a bit demanding in that regard -- they'll probably walk about 5 miles each of the days (nature trails and urban exploration). Participating kids will be involved in planning the details with me.
Like the optional camping trip from the Fall, it will be open to all 8th graders who like that sort of thing. The number of students who can come will be determined by the number of parents who can drive and chaperone, with a cap at about "one class set". I'm hoping that, by some magic, there are 27ish kids who want to go, and 6ish parents who can come along for the whole trip. For the kids not going, the teachers will rearrange the classes for those 4 days so that kids from room 25 who don't go are split into the other two homeroom classes in numbers equal to those from those classes who do go.

March 2, 2013
Dear Suds, Meagan, Robin, Dave-Theresa, Luis, and Cathy.

The CalCoast Walkabout trip is definitely a "go", thanks to the 6 of you who are willing to come along and drive.  I am very excited for this trip and a bit nervous -- I really want it to be a powerful and positive experience for the kids and will work hard to make that happen.  My purpose of this letter is to get irrevocable confirmation that you can participate in the whole trip and to let you know what you are signing up for.  

I'm sure by now you have browsed the page that describes the trip including its embedded documents (itinerary, budget, map, packing list, photos) and I hope that it has given you a good feel for what the trip is about and has to offer.  Your roles will be both general and specific, so let me describe each.

General Roles:
  1. Help assure student safety and accountability.  Keeping the kids aware of their surroundings as well as responsive to instructions.
  2. Constant (small group) head-counter and kid-herder.  We need to always know where every kid is and they need to know where you are.
  3. Selective student engagement and separation.  Knowing when to step in and engage kids with their env't, and when to leave them alone.
Specific Roles:
  1. To know the route, to assemble car groups, and to keep in touch via cell phone (I'd like us to use Google Latitude during our days in SF -- check it out).
  2. To help, in pairs, with the shopping and cooking for one of the lunches or dinners (see itinerary for last year's meal list and shopping list)
  3. To monitor one bedroom at each hostel (you don't have to sleep in there)
  4. To become knowledgeable about one place on our route and serve as the "docent" for that place (ie. Wilder Ranch, Fisherman's Wharf, Embarcadero, ChinaTown, Coit Tower, etc)
  5. Choose to either "hike with" or "shuffle cars" for the hiking excursions
Please reply with a comment with the degree to which you agree with all of those things and are ready to take this trip on with me, and/or with concerns.

Please reply asap because I'll be putting down money to the hostels on Monday morning!

October 7, 2013 (night before)
Hi all you amazing chaperones.  Last-minute check-in time.

1. Meals.  A well-fed crowd is a happy hiking crowd.  
Take a look at the meal timing, shopping, and prep document.
Tuesday snack (buy ahead of time)  Meagan and Alan
Tuesday dinner (salad & garlic bred -- prep right when we arrive:  Roseanne & Jennie
Wednesday breakfast (waffles, fruit, eggs):  Amoreena & Tarek
Wednesday snack (buy at Linda Mar Safeway): Anu & David
Wednesday dinner (sandwiches & soup -- somewhere): Chris & Meagan

2.  Car Groups & Driving Directions:
The kids created the groups together but I had to change it up a bit because of a SNAFU regarding DoJ clearance.  The current list is on the driving directions document.  I have also printed copies of the driving directions along with maps that have the shuttle routes highlighted.  On non-shuttle segments, lets keep as much as a caravan as possible just to keep me from worrying about who might be lagging or lost or whatever.

3. Games for Tuesday Evening:  We have use of a big room in the Fog-Signal building and I want to get the kids involved in some large group games from about 8 to 9.  It would be great if some/all of you could be there to help out as well.  Then, if the atmosphere is right, I would also like to take them out somewhere on the bluffs to just sit in the dark and listen to the waves and feel the atmosphere for a few minutes. An ambitious goal.  If it happens, please put yourselves near those most likely to use the silence as their prime opportunity to add in a fart noise or whatever.  

4. Key Ring Name Tag & Car License Plate:  Please label your car key with a name tag and car type.  Also, I'll ask each of you to mark an index card with your car type, color, and license.  That card goes in one partition of the "key box".

5. Hi Five to all of you for being so cool as to make this trip a "go" for the class.

April 18, 2013:
To Chaperones: Just to confirm that tomorrow night at 6:00 we are getting together in my room to plan out some of the details for the CalCoast Walkabout trip coming up in about 35 days! I'm hoping for a fast and productive meeting and expecting to start off this journey on a fantastic tone.

Follow-Ups

Day After:
-remaining presentations
-reflective writing (on a card)
Walkab
out Discussion
1. What was impactful, memorable, and important?
2. I learned that/how/why...
3. About being independent, autonomous, and in control...
4. About challenge, attitude, and achievement...
5. About group dynamics, communal living, or my wants vs group needs
-celebratory atrwork
-my Kahoot
-thanks letter
-single-page print
-plan day 4 (night 3, destination, trails, roads, night 4)

Outdated Info

Itinerary, 4-day Trip, May 2013

The Trip at a Glance:

Monday, 5/20/13 Tuesday 5/21 Wednesday 5/22 Thursday 5/23

Cowell Park
Wilder Ranch Phipps Ranch
Purisima Valley
Fitzgerald Tidepools
Montara Trail Golden Gate Park
Lands End trail
Legion of Honor
Fort Point
Presidio Crissy Field
Ghiradelli

Lombard
The Wharf
Embarcadero
Alcatraz
Coit Tower
Chinatown
Cable Car
Walk the bridge Coastal trail
Marine Center
Rodeo Beach Bonita Lighthse Nike missile site
Miwok trail Tennessee Vly
Meals Lun 1: bag
Lun 2: sandwiches
Din: spaghetti
Brk: Waffles & fruit
Lunch: Pacifica out
Din: Tacos
Brk: cereal, etc
Lun: Sandwich
Din: Chicken
Brk: waffles & fruit
Lun: Marin out
Sleep: Point Montara Fort Mason Marin Headlands Home!
The very first"CalCoastCruisers Discussion Document

Old Rosters

Roster (May 2013)

 Parent Chaperones/Drivers:
  1. Suds J (5)
  2. Meagan M (4)
  3. Robin H (4)
  4. Dave/Theresa S (5)
  5. Luis J (5)
  6. Cathy F (4)
Total Seats = 26 kids, 6 drivers, 1 teacher

On Tuesday, add Kate and 5 kids

 Interested Students
  1. Ellie
  2. Stephen
  3. Minh
  4. Daria
  5. Jon Martin
  6. Eva
  7. Delenn
  8. Clara
  9. Niall
  10. Karen
  11. Justin
  12. Ciaran
  13. Cayley
  14. Keelin
  15. Claire K
  16. Gale
  17. Tatyanna
  18. Nico
  19. David
  20. Jason
  21. Allie
  22. Sara
  23. Julian
  24. Claire F
  25. Anand
  26. Thomas
Total for Monday = 12B/4M & 14G/4F
(26 kids, 7 adults)
  On Tuesday add 5 girls and 1 chap
  1. Miranda
  2. Emily
  3. Noa
  4. Noami
  5. Claire L
Total for Tues-Thur = 12B/4M & 19G/4F (31 kids, 8 adults)

Participation by Homeroom:
 Room 22
  1. Ellie
  2. Minh
  3. Eva
  4. Clara
  5. ClaireK
  6. Nico
  7. Miranda(2)
  8. Noami(2)
  9. EmilyG
 Room 23
  1. Niall
  2. Justin
  3. ClaireL(2)
  4. Tatyanna
  5. Sara
  6. ClaireF
  7. Noa(2)
 Room 25
  1. Stephen
  2. Daria
  3. JonMartin
  4. Anand
  5. Delenn
  6. Karen
  7. Keelin
  8. Gale
  9. David
  10. Jason
  11. Allie
  12. Julian
  13. Cayley
  14. Ciaran
  15. Maggie(2)
  16. Thomas


Roster, 2012:

  1. Aidan 
  2. Amos 
  3. Abbi 
  4. Ben 
  5. Isaac 
  6. Karim 
  7. Kevin 
  8. Angelina 
  9. Michael 
  10. Sarah 
  11. Tomer
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